Posts Tagged ‘Self-Defense’
Just like I refuse to the term “gay” to describe homosexuals (the term gay has nothing to do with sex), I am no longer using the term “gun control advocate.” Destroying another person’s freedom has nothing to do with ‘gun control.’ I call them promoters of no-gun legislation, because that’s what they do: use the [...]
For a little over a year, Time magazine has been running “The Detroit Blog,” a special assignment blog dedicated to attempting to write about and understand Detroit. The writers are from Detroit and/or the surrounding area, and mostly, the blog is meant for curious outsiders who think Detroit is a freak show that makes for [...]
First, a couple of news items that are actually something to cheer about concerning our rights to defend our liberties: Arizona is allowing concealed carry without a permit, and the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that the University of Colorado has no authority to bar students or visitors from lawfully carrying guns on campus. This [...]
In Ashtabula County (Ohio), the Sheriff’s Department has been cut in half, and the jails are full with a waiting list for bed space. One man made sense. Ashtabula County Common Pleas Judge Alfred Mackey was asked what residents should do to protect themselves and their families with the severe cutback in law enforcement. “Arm themselves,” [...]
So he can defend his Mom from armed home invaders. At 11 years old. And with a .22! Thanks to Charles Everett for the link.
The Swiss know what that is.
I posted this on LewRockwell.com earlier today because it was requested that I do so, if I was interested. Here’s the post. ——————— I was asked to start what we hope will become a sequence of blog posts from LRC bloggers talking about what guns they prefer for purposes of self-preservation in a defensive mode [...]